March into Spring Clutter-Free

"The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don't." —tidying expert Marie Kondo

Saving History: The Azola Legacy in Baltimore

Situated at the corner of Shawan and Beaver Dam roads, the Oregon General Store sat dilapidated and decaying in the mid-1980s. It had once been a thriving company store and post office that served iron-mining families in the surrounding Oregon Company town during the mid-1880s. But the property had been vacant for 50 years when a young Marty Azola came…

No Place Like Home

Home: the central place in our lives—where we rest our heads, nourish our bodies and forge fond memories with the ones we love. For my family, home is our space to reconnect and relax. After 17 years in our home, we’ve done some remodeling, a few rounds of decorating and have watched our style morph … Continued

Designer Picks

This spring, liven up your home with pops of color in unexpected places (think kitchen islands and interiors of kitchen cabinets), warm wood, copper and zinc details, bold statement lighting, collectible Simon Pearce glassware and the beauty of fresh flowers. Towson Lifestyle asked Gina Adams, marketing director at Sunnyfields Cabinetry, to share her picks for what is both current and…

Arts Preview

Baltimore Museum of Art: Ebony G. Patterson: ...for little whispers..., through April 7, ArtBMA.org

Calling All Car Lovers

In October, the Priority 1 Automotive Group launched the Priority 1 Collection, a subscription-based vehicle program. Priority 1 brands include Acura, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mini and Porsche—all of which are available to members of the Priority 1 Collection. This month we chatted with Carmen Lopez of Priority 1 about the Collection and what it means for Towson-area car lovers.

Downsize by Design

When longtime friend and fellow tennis player Megan Schuler asked seasoned interior designer Leslie Tunney to help with a new house, it was a perfect match.

Everyman Theatre’s Midwinter Night’s Dream Gala

On Jan. 12, Everyman Theatre held the Midwinter Night's Dream Gala in support of the Everyman Theatre's Education Program. The event honored Beth Goldsmith and the Goldsmith Family Foundation. Guest enjoyed cocktails, dinner, a live auction, dancing and dessert at the Lord Baltimore Hotel.  

March 2019 Around Town

Smooth Skating at the U.S. Nationals Towson High School student Ting Cui made her debut in the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in late January, earning fifth place. The 16-year-old—who placed third at the 2018 U.S. Championships for Juniors and won the silver medal in the senior ladies’ category at the Tallinn Trophy in Estonia in early … Continued

Expanding Access to Acupuncture

Like other acupuncturists, Patricia Lott treats clients for a wide range of health conditions.